Canada Has the Upper Hand

Triplett, Tim
November 2007
Metal Center News;Nov2007, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p26
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the economic conditions in Canada. The author inferred that the country is experiencing an impressive growth rate due to the performance of businesses such as mining, oil, and gas explorations. He averred that the housing crisis in the U.S. is also affecting the country. However, he added that the employment situation in the country is significantly better than the U.S.


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